Things to see and do - Sceaux
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The town has one of the finest parks in the Île-de-France region, the setting for a château that no longer exists. The Grand Canal, Octagon and immense lawns will delight visitors. Built by Colbert in 1670 to plans drawn by the architect Claude Perrault, the château was sold to the Duke of Maine in 1700 and was razed to the ground after the Revolution. The present building was built in 1856. It was acquired by the Seine département in 1923 and turned into the Île-de-France Museum in 1936.
Tourist attractions Sceaux : Things to see and do
av. du Gén.-de-Gaulle F - 92330 Sceaux
The main entrance to the park was designed for Colbert. The Orangery on the left was built by Jules Hardouin-Mansart. It used to house the park's 300 orange trees during the winter. The château is home to the Île-de-France Museum , renovated in 19..
Rue des Imbergères F - 92330 Sceaux
Situated at the corner of Rue des Imbergères, it was founded by the Duchess of Maine. The products manufactured here are exhibited in the Île-de-France museum in Sceaux Park.
Rue du Dr-Berger F - 92330 Sceaux
A garden in honour of the Provençal Félibrige poets, including Frédéric Mistral who encouraged the use of the Oc, or southern, language. Certain followers of the Félibrige movement still come here to visit the tomb of the Cevennes fabulist Florian, V..
20 Avenue Camberwell F - 92330 Sceaux
The Colbert Hotel is set in Sceaux, a charming, little city surrounded by 180-hectare park. Its flowered and peaceful setting makes it an ideal backdrop, just 20 minutes from the centre of Paris. The hotel features single, double or triple guest roo..